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DreamCatcher Games Announces LifeSigns for Nintendo DS

May 18, 2007

DreamCatcher Games Announces LifeSigns for Nintendo DS

DreamCatcher Games today announced that it will publish LifeSigns for the Nintendo DS. Live the exciting life of a young, motivated doctor in this simulation game where you will find out what it is like to examine, diagnose and operate on patients. With the unique features of the Nintendo DS, you will use authentic medical techniques and instruments to take pulse rates, make incisions and much more. Set to release in the summer of 2007, LifeSigns will sell for a suggested retail price of $29.99 USD.

It’s a matter of life and death in this unique and exciting adventure game. You must strive to become a top-notch intern at one of the country’s best hospitals. As though you were a real doctor, you will be continuously confronted with medical emergencies and personnel issues that require your immediate attention. Communicate and interact with patients, nurses and other doctors in this dramatic medical simulation game where you are the doctor on call!


  • Experience medical drama in this innovative and exciting adventure game – feel the adrenaline rush of dealing with non-stop medical emergencies as you live the life of a young, motivated doctor!
  • Interact and communicate with staff and patients that you meet throughout the game – review and discuss patients’ medical records, ask questions as you diagnose patients’ problems and resolve volatile personal conflicts before they boil over!
  • Find out what it is really like to juggle your personal affairs with the demanding lifestyle of a medical intern!
  • Examine, diagnose and operate on patients using the unique stylus and touch-screen features of the Nintendo DS to perform actual medical techniques and use medical instruments - take auscultation, pulse rates, incisions, sutures and many more!
  • Play many mini-games as the story unfolds!

LifeSigns is developed by Spike and has an ESRB Rating of T for Teen.

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